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When adding inches, regroup 1 foot for every 12 inches.
When adding feet, regroup 1 yard for every 3 feet.
When adding yards, regroup 1 mile for every 1, 760 yards.
Example:
3 ft 8 in + 1 ft 7 in __________ 4 ft 15 in. 
8 in + 7 in = 15 in 12 in = 1 ft 15 in. = 1 ft 3 in 
3 ft 8 in + 1 ft 7 in. __________ 5 ft 3 in. 
1.  4 ft 6 in + 2 ft 7in _________ 
6 in + 7 in = 13 in 13 in = 1 ft 1 in 
4 ft + 2 ft = 6 ft 6 ft + 1 ft = 7 ft 
4 ft 6 in + 2 ft 7in _________ 7 ft 1 in 
2.  3 yd 2 ft + 4 yd 2 ft _________ 
2 ft + 2 ft = 4 ft 4 ft = 1 yd 1 ft 
3 yd + 4 yd = 7 yd 7 yd + 1 yd = 8 yd 
3 yd 2 ft + 4 yd 2 ft _________ 8 yd 1 ft 
3.  1mi 779 yd + 2 mi 991 yd ____________ 
779 yd + 991 yd = 1770 yd 1770 yd = 1760 yd + 10 yd 
1 mi + 2 mi = 3 mi 3 mi + 1 mi = 4 mi 
1mi 579 yd + 2 mi 991 yd ____________ 4 mi 10 yd 
4. Julie’s frog jumped first
2 ft 9 in., then it jumped 1 ft 8 in. more. How far did Julie’s frog
jump? 5. The distance from the
Kevin’s house to the ZOO is 1 mi 700 yd. The distance from the ZOO to
Kevin’s friend is 2 mi 1200 yd. What is the total distance Kevin will
travel if he is to go to the ZOO first and than to his friend’s house? 6. The lot Mike’s house is
built on is 60 yd 2 ft long and 45 yd 1 ft wide. Mike’s Father wants
to build fence around the lot. What is the total length of the fence? 106 yd * 2 = 212 yd 